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Former President Donald Trump speaks Feb. 28, 2021, during the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla. (CNS photo/Joe Skipper, Reuters)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Joe Hoover, S.J.
”I can’t say it’s not my fault,” says Lincoln Project co-founder Stuart Stevens. Really? Someone in American politics actually said that?
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Cristobal Spielmann
“Abortion is now legal in Michigan at an unprecedented level, and millions of lives are at stake,” wrote Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron in a letter to Catholics.
The sun rises over the U.S. Capitol in Washington Nov. 9, 2022, as election results continued to be tallied across the U.S. to determine control of Congress. (CNS photo/Tom Brenner, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Robert David Sullivan
Almost everyone is frustrated because they want one party to finally achieve a decisive win and pull the country out of a polarization vortex — but it never happens.
white and gray Jesus figure
FaithScripture Reflections
James T. Keane
A Reflection for the Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome, by James T. Keane
pope francis sits at his chair holding a paper and gesturing with his right hand, he is wearing glasses
FaithSpeeches
Pope Francis
Pope Francis recounts his visit to Bahrain and the interfaith dialogue that occurred there: "Meeting each other and praying together, we felt we were of one heart and one soul."
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
Christopher Lasch's writings are cited by everyone from the most fervent cultural conservatives to dyed-in-the-wool Marxists—and he had much to say about modern American culture.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Jim McDermott
Anticipation changes the way we look upon the world. It diminishes our sense of burden and heightens our sense of what is possible. Rather than feeling foolish for having bought a lottery ticket, I feel like I came close to greatness.
Father Joel Sember is the pastor of a cluster of parishes in and around the city of Antigo in rural Wisconsin.
FaithShort Take
Jim McDermott
It is inspiring to see how the people are allowing the challenges of their community to function as inspiration rather than reason for complaint.
martha hennessy and other dignitaries stand on the hull of the dorothy day ferry boat in new york city with a flag in front of them
Politics & SocietyNews
Catholic News Service
Martha Hennessy, granddaughter of Dorothy Day, said her grandmother “loved the Staten Island Ferry, so what an honor to have one named after her.”
FaithScripture Reflections
Ashley McKinless
A Reflection for Tuesday of the Thirty-second Week in Ordinary Time, by Ashley McKinless
A help wanted sign is displayed in Deerfield, Ill., on Sept. 21, 2022. Interest rate hikes could bring down inflation but at the cost of job creation. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin Clarke
The church’s preferential option for the poor demands that U.S. policymakers dovetail inflation-fighting with credible investments to sustain the unemployed.
Pope Francis speaks with Ukrainian Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of Kyiv-Halych.
Politics & SocietyNews
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
Pope Francis reiterated the Holy See’s commitment to end the fighting and find a way to obtain “a just peace."
A cardinal dressed in red kneels in front of Pope Benedict XVI, seated and dressed in white
FaithNews
Catholic News Service
French Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard, former head of the French bishops’ conference, admitted to abusing a 14-year-old girl 35 years ago
FaithInterviews
Gerard O’Connell
“Even if you leave the ordination question aside for a moment, there is still a great need to explore ways of engaging women in all other levels of the life of the church in significant roles. There is still a lot of work to be done.”
FaithNews
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service
"A society that erases women from public life is a society that becomes impoverished," he said.
FaithScripture Reflections
Molly Cahill
A Reflection for Monday of the Thirty-second Week in Ordinary Time, by Molly Cahill
FaithScripture Reflections
Kevin Clarke
A Reflection for Saturday of the Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time, by Kevin Clarke
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
Nov. 13, 2022, the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time: Even in the midst of persecution, Jesus lived out a ministry rooted in love, and we are called to do the same.
Phillip Mendoza joined other anti-abortion supporters at the California March for Life rally held at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Cristobal Spielmann
Besides casting votes in the flashier congressional races, Catholic voters will get to speak up on any number of local and regional concerns through local ballot measures.
FaithVatican Dispatch
Gerard O’Connell
In their first private one-on-one conversation, the president of the Australian Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Timothy Costelloe, S.D.B., told Pope Francis, “The church in Australia is alive!”